Portrait of Hachiro Arita, 1936-1940Japanese Prime Minister Kiichiro Hiranuma with members of his cabinet, Tokyo, Japan, 5 Jan 1939; note Minister-without-Portfolio Konoe, Interior Minister Kido, Naval Minister Yonai, War Minister Itagaki, Foreign Minister AritaUS Navy Captain Richmond Turner and Japanese Foreign Minister Hachiro Arita at AritaPrime Minister Mitsumasa Yonai and his cabinet, Tokyo, Japan, 16 Jan 1940
Portrait of Hachiro Arita, 1936-1940Japanese Prime Minister Kiichiro Hiranuma with members of his cabinet, Tokyo, Japan, 5 Jan 1939; note Minister-without-Portfolio Konoe, Interior Minister Kido, Naval Minister Yonai, War Minister Itagaki, Foreign Minister AritaUS Navy Captain Richmond Turner and Japanese Foreign Minister Hachiro Arita at Arita's official residence, Tokyo, Japan, Apr 1939Prime Minister Mitsumasa Yonai and his cabinet, Tokyo, Japan, 16 Jan 1940
Japanese Prime Minister Fumimaro Konoe and his second cabinet at the Kantei, Tokyo, Japan, 22 Jul 1940Hachiro Arita, early 1954Portrait of Hachiro Arita, early 1955Hachiro Arita in his home in Tokyo, Japan, 1956
Japanese Prime Minister Fumimaro Konoe and his second cabinet at the Kantei, Tokyo, Japan, 22 Jul 1940Hachiro Arita, early 1954Portrait of Hachiro Arita, early 1955Hachiro Arita in his home in Tokyo, Japan, 1956
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